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Cowlitz County Health & Human Services

Local Emergency Response Coordinator (LERC). Applications are being accepted for a full time Local Emergency Response Coordinator. This position develops and maintains the public health emergency preparedness and response plan(s). This work is conducted in coordination with other local, state, regional and federal agencies, as well as community partners and task forces. The LERC also works on developing and executing drills, functional exercises, tabletop exercises, and full scale exercises to test agency emergency response plans and agency capabilities for emergency response. This position may be related to special grant funding. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $45,528 to $60,720/year depending on experience. Posting Date: 2/11/2018.

Public Health Nurse. Applications are being accepted for a full time Public Health Nurse. This position provides population-based public health nursing services to individuals, communities, and systems, largely in unsupervised settings. Makes appropriate nursing diagnosis; plans and implements nursing interventions and evaluates outcomes of interventions in individuals, communities and systems. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $45,384 to $67,524/year depending on experience. Posting Date: 2/11/2018.

Klickitat County Health Department

Nurse Practitioner. Provides nursing care in all clinical and program areas including immunizations, sexually transmitted disease, family planning, prenatal, communicable disease and adult health. Positions of this class provides medical care, performs comprehensive medical exams, limited minor surgical procedures, consultation, advice on patient problems as well as direction on program and procedural matters to Public Health Nurses. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: •Performs comprehensive client centered examinations including medical history, physical examination, drawing blood and obtaining specimens needed for cultures, performing and interpreting lab tests, charting results on the patient’s record and diagnosing the patient’s condition. •Writes prescriptions or administers medication, and instructs the patient on proper usage. •Takes the medical histories, performs physical examinations, obtains specimens and performs lab tests, according to current care standards and established protocols and counsels the patient on available birth control methods and their potential side effects. Performs pregnancy testing as appropriate. Schedules follow-up appointments or makes medical referrals as needed. Learn more and apply hereSalary: $52.50/HR, Casual position providing 32 to 68 hours a month. Posting Date: 3/5/2018.

North Central Educational Service Districts

School Nurse Case Manager for Omak and Brewster School DistrictsThis position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD 171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of staff and students as the School Nurse Case Manager for Brewster and Omak School Districts. The School Nurse Case Manager, under the oversight of the NCESD School Nurse Corps Coordinator, implements, manages, and delivers nurse case management services in assigned schools. Law, regulation and professional school nursing standards define the Case Management scope of practice. Position involves both independent and team work activities. 70 days a year exempt position. Learn more and apply here. Closing date: 05/01/2018. Posting Date: 4/2/2018.

Public Health- Seattle & King County

Project/Program Manager IV (CD-Imms Analytics & Informatics Program Mgr.) This full time position is responsible for leading and supervising the Communicable Disease and Immunization (CD-Imms) Section's Analytics and Informatics Program, including development of a work plan for Section data acquisition, integration, analysis, visualization, and reporting activities to support CD-Imms Section program work and related deliverables. Who May Apply: This 1.0 FTE position is opened to all qualified applicants. Work Schedule:. 40 hours a week. This position is responsible for supporting communicable disease surveillance and outbreak investigation data analysis needs which can require work after hours and on weekends.. This position is FLSA exempt and is therefore not eligible for overtime. Work Location: Downtown Seattle, 401 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104. For more information visit our websiteSalary: $93,475.41 - $118,485.74 annually. Closing date: 4/25/2018. Posting Date: 4/16/2018.

Washington State University, Health & Wellness Services

Health Educator Coordinator. Full-time 12-month position at Washington State University through Health & Wellness Services. The Health Educator Coordinator will implement evidence-informed programs and interventions to support the mental, emotional, and physical health of students on the WSU campus. The Primary responsibilities will focus on emotional and mental health promotion and suicide prevention initiatives. Additional responsibilities will include support and coordination of general health promotion programs. Candidates must have excellent interpersonal communication, public speaking, and group facilitation skills to be considered for the position. Knowledge of mental and emotional health concerns of college students and in early adulthood, as well as experience in related fields of Health Promotion will be advantageous for this candidate. To apply and to review a complete list of position requirements, for the Health Educator Coordinator position please visit here. WSU is an EO/AA Educator and EmployerClosing date: 4/12/2018Posting Date: 4/2/2018.

Whatcom County

Program Specialist- Assessment. The Whatcom County Health Department is seeking a public health professional to fill the position of Assessment Specialist. This position routinely collects, analyzes and interprets quantitative and qualitative data to support the agency’s programs, performance management and strategic planning. The assessment position also provides data support to community initiatives that are either led or convened by the agency. Primary duties include, but are not limited to: •Designing and implementing community health assessments both at a county-wide level and on specific health issues. Performing statistical analysis of health data from various sources. Coordinating the Health Department’s participation in quantitative and qualitative data collection activities. Assisting staff and community partners in understanding and using data. Designing and preparing data presentations and reports for various audiences. Interpreting surveillance and disease reports for the identification of priority health issues. Responding to health data requests from department staff, the public, community partners, and policymakers. For more information, click here. Salary: $27.20 - $38.27 per hour. Closing date: 5/29/2018Posting Date: 5/14/2018.


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